From high-priced Sandbanks to fast-moving Dunfermline: Rightmove’s five property market takeaways from 2023
From asking price hotspots to property search trends, Rightmove has flagged some key trends from its 2023 data.
London's prime property market has started the new year as it left 2023 - pretty quiet.
As rents continue to rise, Rightmove has flagged stretched affordability, the Renter’s Reform Bill and a balancing act for landlords as the key trends to monitor in the year ahead.
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The last weekly sales and lettings update of 2023 from LonRes confirms that top-end London property agents had a much quieter year than in either of the previous two years.
'2023 was the year the convulsions caused by the pandemic in the prime London lettings market began to dissipate,' says Knight Frank's residential research chief, as he looks back at the past 12 months…
‘We expect a minor reduction in property values at worst’: Jackson-Stops agents predict 5% price drops for some local markets in 2024
'The only thing that is certain is uncertainty,' notes Jackson-Stops chairman Nick Leeming, sagely, after polling property market predictions from estate agents around the country.
2023's seasonal property market slowdown is even more marked than in previous years, according to the latest LonRes prime London data.
"For savvy buyers who are less credit reliant, it could be that the most attractive UK property purchasing opportunities are seen in the earlier months of 2024, prior to the market gaining further traction,"…
Rightmove expects the average GB asking rent to rise by 5% in 2024 - rather than another year of double-digit rental growth.
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November's annual rate of 6.9% was the lowest seen since September 2021, reports LonRes.